Kathy, a Buyer's Agent, has had a longtime passion for Ann Arbor and the surrounding communities—and for Trillium itself.
"The Trillium Real Estate Open House blog has been my first go-to on Sunday mornings for years!"
She loves that there's a unique place in our region for everyone, so many different vibes, neighborhoods, urban, rural, and in between.
"Where else in one place can you find farmers' markets and antiques? BBQ joints and jazz performances? Symphony and steak? Big, sprawling, historic farmhouses or sleek downtown condos? Summer festivals, fall football, sparkling holiday lights downtown all winter. Neighborhoods with parks, vibrant downtowns, citizens engaged with their local governments?"
Kathy worked in colleges and universities for twenty years in international affairs, enrollment management, and graduate student programs. That career took her from St. Louis to Chicago, then upstate New York and finally back to Ann Arbor where she and her husband, Kevin, are raising their daughters, Grace and Keira.
She's volunteered with the nonprofit Ten Thousand Villages shop downtown, her girls' schools, the University Musical Society, and the United Way. Her cultural curiosity has taken her across the U.S. and the globe: Southeast Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and Central America.
Of all the places she's lived and travelled, the ones that feel most like home are Nickels Arcade and Kerrytown in Ann Arbor. She has a passion for antique jewelry—she knows all the best spots around—and recently took up spinning (not Sufi spinning, rather on a bike, indoors, with loud music).
"I chose to join Linda at Trillium Real Estate because the team works so closely to fully support and serve their clients with integrity, accountability, and joy," Kathy says. "They have a deep history of serving this community, not only in real estate, but civic affairs, human rights, and genuine commitment to inclusiveness.
"I have enjoyed supporting Trillium clients: first-time buyers, seasoned real estate investors, townies and transplants from across the country and the world. I'm excited to have my own clients now, helping them to find their place, their space, their community."